GeekWire's annual celebration of the Pacific Northwest technology community is coming up on Thursday, March 26 at MoPOP. More information and tickets on sale at geekwire.com/awards

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Health Innovation of the Year, presented by Premera 
This pioneering health, life science, biotechnology or medical breakthrough holds great promise for making the lives of people better or improving the health care system. 2019 winner - 98point6

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Startup of the Year, presented by BCRA
This team is on the brink of stardom, but more importantly, innovating, executing, and making a difference. To be eligible for consideration in this category, startups need to be no more than 4 years old as of March 2020. 2019 winner - The Riveter

Read about the finalists here

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Startup CEO of the Year
Managing a fast-growing startup is not easy, but this startup technology executive has passion, drive, smarts and an ability to see around corners. Eligible companies must have 200 employees or fewer. 2019 winner - Athira CEO Leen Kawas

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Big Tech CEO of the Year, presented by EY
This leader of a technology company with more than 200 employees has vision, fortitude, creativity, and that impossible to define x-factor. 2019 winner - DreamBox Learning CEO - Jessie Woolley-Wilson

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Young Entrepreneur of the Year
Here's to the future: Look for big things from this entrepreneur, who has already made an impact in the startup world despite being 30 or younger as of March 2020. 2019 winners - Mike Radenbaugh and Ty Collins, co-founders of Rad Power Bikes

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Hardware/Gadget/Robotics of the Year
This hardware, device or gadget demonstrated innovative engineering and an exemplary user experience, making a unique mark on the technology landscape during the past year. 2019 winner Bardy Diagnostics

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UX Design of the Year, presented by Blink
A product's user experience is no longer a nice to have, it's a business requirement. This startup's smart UX design makes a digital product shine. (New category for 2020)

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Geekiest Office Space, presented by JLL
It’s not just ping pong tables and kegs of kombucha. This creative space speaks to a unique culture, one that reinforces key company values.

View photos here

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